From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Interference from power lines
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Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 02:43:14 GMT
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On Mon, 06 Jan 2003 02:32:24 GMT,
"Tom Del Rosso" ,
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Interference from power lines",
Wrote the following:
|If anyone can make sense out of this, please reply.
|On Wednesday, 1/1, the power lines right outside an office fell to the
|street, still alive. They were repaired but the next day, in the office
|of 11 computers, all but 3 monitors have wavy screens to various
|degrees, from annoying to severe. The office is atop an incline, so
|it's at the height of the power lines, but they are still 50 feet away.
|The location is Long Island, NY, and the provider is LIPA. The
|interference continued at least through Friday.
Go looking for a temporary neutral lying on the ground, or some
temporary wide-spaced wiring making a big loop.
I experienced a similar problem a number of years ago when an
underground neutral failed and they put in a temporary extension
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